Some folks think fruit beer is for beginners, but that’s not the case. Just like getting a tan on vacation — you need to start with a good base.
This recipe is very flexible. You can add fruit extracts to make fruit beers or add coriander and orange peel to make a Belgian white beer. (Change the yeast also to be true to style!)
This apricot ale won first place in the Oregon Homebrew Festival, second at the Oregon State Fair, and third at the Mill Creek Classic in 1996.
How to pick the right fruit for your summer brew.
A light and refreshing fruit wheat beer. (Actually, you can substitute any type of natural fruit flavoring.)
The darkness and slight bitterness of a porter, the tangy sweetness of fresh raspberries, and the haunting, fragrant smokiness of smoked malt.